/ NEWS: Griffith and Sim - East Face Route, Cerro Piergiorgio
The route was first climbed using fixed ropes. The pair of Brits made what is thought to be the second ascent and they climbed it alpine style in a day, wading through deep powder for 6.5 hours to gain the base of the climb.
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Fantastic effort, but ouch, that nose looks damn sore Jon!!
> Fantastic effort, but ouch, that nose looks damn sore Jon!!
I've heard that now he's finally got the piercing done is thinking on growing dreadlocks for the 'full look'... Ha, ha!
Good effort guys, hope you get to try the big one this Friday!
Top work as ever guys!
Seconded, and the photo captioned "On the approach to Cerro Standhardt (just up and right of Will)" has to be one of the finest mountain photos I've seen. Outstanding stuff!
> ouch, that nose looks damn sore Jon!
Yes, it's tempting to reach for your Abalakov hook to get at those deep ones, but don't try it!
Incredible! That summit shot is awesome too.
> Seconded, and the photo captioned "On the approach to Cerro Standhardt (just up and right of Will)" has to be one of the finest mountain photos I've seen.
I'm tempted to agree. I wonder how long Will had to stand still for it.
You guy's are legends. All the pictures look amazing too, but I didn't know single push interested you two..... x
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